We first started to hear about the Galaxy S III, but as often is the case, the more reliable information comes out closer to the actual launch date.
Keep in mind this is from people in the know and also with reliable sources, who are actually seeing the handset first-hand and then leaking the sensitive information.
The size of The Next Galaxy was established this week, with a picture of the smartphone emerging next to a ruler, giving an indication of its dimensions. The device will be 130mm long, which is just under 5.12in long, with a screen size of 4.8in or 122mm.
An photo emerged at the start of the week, reported to be of the Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone. The picture looks decidedly grainy and shows a handset that looks a lot like the Galaxy Nexus.
Design and Buttons
What appears to be a picture extracted from the Galaxy S III service manual, contains interesting details about the insides of the upcoming top-tier mobile phone.
The design of the model was also hinted at, from a simple sketch. The image shows traces of a wide-physical button, as well as two capacitive buttons.
The same leaked ‘grainy photo’ (that we have already mentioned), revealed the phone’s physical and capacitive buttons.
Evident in the photo is a physical home key, centred at the bottom of the phone surrounded by a thin light. Either side are two separate capacitive buttons, menu on the left, back on the right, both of which light up.
The chip, which was also known as the Exynos 4420, packs four Cortex-A9 based processors with ARM’s Mali400 GPU, to deliver an all ARM-based system on chip solution.
Samsung could unveil a new cloud storage service called S-Cloud to run on the Galaxy S3. This is set to take on the iCloud, according to many experts.
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